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Share Price: 76.00Bid: 74.00Ask: 78.00Change: 0.00 (0.00%)No Movement on 1pm
Spread: 4.00Spread as %: 5.41%Open: 74.50High: 76.00Low: 74.50Yesterday’s Close: 76.00



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oneeyedchris
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Divermike
8 Nov '12
Thanks for the info matey. It just looks better and better for OPM. I look forward to the next update.
 
Farley_Granger
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Anyone
8 Nov '12
Although 1pm are not directly mentioned, it does look promising for the sector.
Here are the links should anyone wish to read further.
http://www.economy-news.co.uk/micro-economic-news/1891-bank-lending-for-leasing-finance
http://www.comms-dealer.com/industry-news/demand-leasing-surges-says-nimans
Good post Divermike, and thankyou.
FAG
Divermike
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8-))
8 Nov '12
29th October 2012

Bank lending to leasing companies recovering after funding drought

Bank lending to leasing companies has jumped 17% in the last 18 months (since May 2011), recovering from a slump that began at the start of the recession in 2009, says Syscap, a leading independent finance provider.
Divermike
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oneeyedchris/anyone
8 Nov '12
Its all looking good for OPM................................................ Nimans has reported record interest in leasing with demand for the first quarter of 2012 beating the whole of 2011, with the surge predicted to continue throughout the remainder of the year.

It's not just ‘big ticket' items that are proving popular, but peripheral items as well as non-telecoms-related commodities such as cars and office furniture.
Farley_Granger
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pornix
8 Nov '12
WOW, your mate Rang-You appears to be something of an enigma.
His 15:02 post reminds me of the undercover Gendarme in Allo Allo (read it in broken French/English)
But then his 15:11 post shows a more educated philosophical side. However, I am not fooled by this, and in fact just goes to prove correct the modern Darwinians latest theory, that even a Monkey can be trained to "copy & paste".
Nice try Rang-You, but please try harder. (Still waiting for something sensible)
FAG
PS : The odbh steak & kidney suet pudding went down a treat, and the Bakewell Tart was a sheer joy to behold.
pornix
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RANG-YOU
8 Nov '12
Don't know, maybe he misses getting pork from piggy malone!
RANG-YOU
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FAGGOT
8 Nov '12
Accept the vicissitudes of life with stoic equanimity.

Now move on.
RANG-YOU
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pornix
8 Nov '12
I would hole heart agree with you.

He seems to be a bit stranges.

Can you shed any light on it for me please.
pornix
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RANG-YOU
8 Nov '12
Well I would say he is "a kind OF person". Old Farley is a stickler for his lunch though aint he!
RANG-YOU
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FAGGOT
8 Nov '12
You are a very kind person.





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